Gyms are an appropriate place to build muscle tone and an inappropriate place to test your hypothesis that everyone sweats different flavors. Work up a healthy sweat with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $29 for one month of unlimited fitness classes (a $199 value)
- $49 for two months of unlimited fitness classes (a $398 value)
- $59 for three months of unlimited fitness classes (a $597 value)<p>
One-hour workouts cover styles ranging from self-defense-oriented combat sessions to circuit-training sessions. The gym’s hybrid approach means that each class incorporates Pilates, toning, agility drills, and more. Clients must call ahead to schedule initial consultations on the most appropriate class styles for their fitness levels; each class style is available multiple times a day. Visit here to view the full schedule.<p>
Institute of Human Performance
Battling ropes, pushing sleds, and swinging kettlebells. The Institute of Human Performance’s circuit-training classes incorporate the latest exercises into a single workout, including medicine-ball exercises, jump roping, tire flipping, quick-feet agility drills, and lively music that keeps the blood flowing. Voted The Core gym in the country by Men’s Health, IHP has also been honored by Glamour and Self for its group classes. CEO Juan Carlos Santana, voted one of the top coaches in the world by UFC magazine, and his team of certified trainers helm each class at the 7,200-square-foot facility, where indoor and outdoor workout spaces let patrons reach their full potential. IHP serves as a beta-testing site for fitness manufacturers, which means it has a fleet of cutting-edge, constantly updated equipment.
89% of 37 customers recommend
“Greatest place to train”
“Alex has been a pleasure to work with. He is motivating and informative and a true professional. He listens to your needs and wants and can change up exercises based...”
“Alex has been a pleasure to work with. He is motivating and informative and a true professional. He listens to your needs and wants and can change up exercises based on individual ailments.”